Some Wasaga Beach residents will see water temporarily shut-off Monday

The water main will be temporarily shutdown for some residents along on Monday, Sept. 20 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

This is part of the Ramblewood Drive reconstruction project currently underway. The water main will be lowered in select locations requiring the water be turned off. 

The town said “all efforts will be made to minimize the duration of each shut down period,” but residents of this area should expect to be impacted at any time that day during the hours listed above. 

Once water is back on, residents may notice a brief period of discoloured water, said the town. 

“As you may not be aware, the town draws its drinking water from deep well aquifers, which makes it rich in minerals. One of those minerals is iron, and over time, iron deposits build up in the town’s water mains,” states the town. 

There is no health or safety risk associated with coloured water, and should clear within 5 to 10 minutes of running your cold water tap.

Anyone with questions may contact site representative, Kevin Pelch at